National Corps threatens "tough action" for high-rise LGBT lighting in Kyiv
The initiative of TEC Gulliver to broadcast the LGBT flag on the walls of a 141-meter building in the city center did not go unnoticed by ultra-right nationalists.
The National Corps is preparing for a tough response due to the action of the Gulliver shopping and entertainment center in support of the LGBT community, in which a high-rise building in the center of Kyiv is illuminated in the evenings in the colors of the "rainbow" flag. The press service of the nationalist organization reported this in a comment to the PavlovskyNews Telegram channel.
According to representatives of the National Corps, at first there will be a warning action, followed by "tougher actions".
In fact, on October 8 at 18:30, the Kyiv office of the National Corps gathers at the TEC building "to ask the administration not to show the LGBT symbol on the walls of the building." The nationalists said they were going to hand out leaflets, but "they will not allow their opinion to be ignored in any case."
“If they admit their illness, then let them do it not on the largest building in Kyiv,” the National Corps said.
The press service of the nationalist organization noted that "there were no flash mobs on the building neither on Belarus issue nor for the cadets" (who died in a plane crash in Kharkiv region – Ed.) and said they were going to show their image on the walls of the Gulliver shopping and entertainment center using a projector.
As the UOJ reported, from October 5 to 11, the LGBT flag is broadcast on the high-rise building of the Gulliver shopping and entertainment center in the center of Kyiv in the evenings. The action takes place within the framework of "PrideMonth 2020 in Kyiv".